Beach Boys alum Mike Love took to the stage recently to take a jab at the woke corporate masters running Bud Light and Budweiser beers, as well as to joke about left-wing cancel culture over his “gender specific” surfer girl tunes.
As he introduced his next song, the Beach Boys’ summer anthem “Surfer Girl,” Love showed how Anheuser-Busch has become a massive laughingstock because of its fealty to the radical transgender and LGBT agenda.
From the stage, he delivered a mock apology that “Surfer Girl” was “gender specific” and said he hoped no one from Budweiser was in the audience.
“At any rate, this next song I’m a little concerned about doing, on account of … it’s gender specific,” Love said ahead of the song, as the audience laughed. “And … I hope there’s nobody from Budweiser here … or the FBI.”
“Sorry, I apologize in advance for anything I might say or do … it’s a family tradition, you know what I’m saying?” Love joked.
Nonetheless, he went on, saying, “This is dedicated to all the ladies.”
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Mike Love claims he is afraid to perform ‘Surfer Girl’ because it is “gender specific”, implies that he fears retaliation from the FBI and the Budweiser corporation. (2023) pic.twitter.com/sBKcho8CNs
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The concert appears to have occurred in May, but even then, Budweiser, Bud Light and their owner, Anheuser-Busch InBev, had risen — or fallen, as the case may be — to the status of a laughingstock.
Indeed, Bud Light in particular has become the focus of constant ridicule. For instance, when Yuengling beer introduced golf influencer Madi Frerking as one of its recent spokeswomen, many fans joked that at least Yuengling knew what an actual woman was like.
Even apparently-former Bud Light partner Dylan Mulvaney is now out of love with the beer brand and spoke out, saying he feels abandoned by the company in the wake of the boycott of the beer.
Condemnation for Bud Light exploded early in April when Mulvaney posted an Instagram video showing off the specially-made can of Bud Light with his face on it, which Bud Light made for their advertising partnership.
Bud Light was far from the only corporate giant scrambling to hire Mulvaney, who had many brands paying him
Source: The Gateway Pundit